- Let science students explain the habitat, adaptability needs, and diet of these amusing creatures.
- In Language Arts, have students complete creative writing activities, character sketches, or collaborate on a story with this “Wild Self” as the main character.
Monthly Archives: September 2011
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- A student is home ill and missing your PowerPoint introduction to the unit on Platyhelminthes.
- You have a PowerPoint presentation at the staff meeting on the new course content standards, but not sure whether the equipment you need is available.
- A teaching colleague would like to borrow your PowerPoint on the generals of the Civil War.
and the list goes on and on.
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